Gotta love the videos. Here's one of Anthony Lille from France ripping up the streets around his house on spots you haven't seen before. 180-s up stairs, hurricanes on transitioned bricks, 180-s over benches, and of course a backside boneless for the fun of it.
Art is on the streets. Instead of making an illegal piece in the middle of the night, graffiti artists can use the Berenkuil in Eindhoven as their outlet to show what they've got. There's some good stuff and some bad stuff but everyone has to start somewhere. Enjoy the next 15 pieces.
The new issue is now on sale worldwide... First thing you'll notice about the issue is Mutiny rider Randy Taylor doing a tailwhip down a set of 20 stairs. I'll just casually mention that as Walter Pieringer's photo says so much more... Second try (how do you get a second try?) to the pedals. Boom Regulars: Netley gets his rant on about building jumps in Dirtbox while John Dye blasts a few more people in his Firing Line. Joe Simon answers Who, Where, How, What and When in the Video Player.
Tony Neyer is not scared. The Sputnic rider shows he's got some street moves. They're put together in the following clip to promote the Sputnic brand. Video sent to us by TM Johnny Devlin. Web videos are showing up like crazy these days. HIT IT!
8 January 1966 - Ron Wilkerson 8 January - Matt Miller 9 January 1972 - Mathew Hoffman 9 January 1980 - Stephen Murray 10 January 1979 - Matt Wilhelm 11 January 1987 - Scotty Cranmer 13 January 1977 - Dave Jones (DJ)
Team Blowin' it just got their order of version 2 Team Blowin it pads. After receiving their first run of pads, Team Blowin' It have been working with their professional team (Nate Wessell, Tom Stober, Mike Spinner, Daniel Dhers, Zack Warden, Chad Kagy, etc.) on improving them. Co-owner Tom Stober: "We got a few of our version 2 pads about 6 months ago to test out. Everybody wanted them, but we only had a few pairs....until now!"
A quick description of the updated pads: made the padding a little thicker, extended the side pads and put them on BOTH sides, changed some materials and addressed some stitching quality.
Matt Pingel built some kind of winter place for the bikers over Bayreuth. No Skateboarding, just big trannies and Banks. Matt Pingel:"We're holding a jam / contest at the 1st of March 2008. We will have the finest bavarian beer, a ghetto style set-up spine / miniramp thing plus other new obstacles. At Nighttime LISASTAHL will play some rock, and legendary DJ Frosch will play after. So it's gonna be an easy going bike gathering by the name of: THE ROOF IS ON FIRE ghetto bike jam. Come on over and bring some friends."
Date: 1st of March 2008
Location: Schoko Fabrik St. Georgen in Bayreuth, Germany
Here's a cool flatland video for you about the 2007 Battle in da Club series. The interviews "wiz zhe zjermans" have subtitles so you can understand what they're talking about. See what the Flat Art Crew pulled off in 2007 by clicking the following square image: